Transmission Delay

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Transmission Delay - Propagation Delay
Transmission Delay - Propagation Delay

Assuming that packets are transmitted in a first-come-first-served manner, as is common in packet-switched networks, our packet can be transmitted only after all the packets that have arrived before it have been transmitted. Indicate the length of the packet by L bits, and

Tags transmission delay, propagation delay, routers
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Comparing Transmission and Propagation Delay
Comparing Transmission and Propagation Delay

Newcomers to the field of computer networking often have difficulty understanding the difference between transmission delay and propagation delay. The difference is slight but important. The transmission delay is the amount of time needed for the router to push out the

Tags computer networking, transmission delay, propagation delay
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